Takibi, in Japanese, indicates a thing like “to get with good friends around a fire.” Seems quite superior to us. Snow Peak, the Japanese apparel and camp equipment maker, has a line of materials they are calling Tabiki that are engineered to be fire resistant. Now they’re pairing with Rumpl, maker of down blankets, on a collab called the Takibi Blanket that claims to be a warm, easily stowable blanket, that’s manufactured with Snow Peak’s Tabiki fireplace resistant substance.
The fireplace resistance comes from a product called aramid, woven into the material of the blanket. Insulation isn’t down this time, but Nanoloft, a 100% article purchaser recycled synthetic insulation that mimics down. Near to the heat of down, but with a hearth resistant shell that retains burn off holes from flying embers to a minimal. Furthermore, if you depart it out all evening and wake up to a cold, dewy morning, you can continue to wrap your self in it for warmth, as opposed to a traditional down blanket when damp.
Snow Peak’s products are universally properly created with superb awareness to detail, so even nevertheless this is just a blanket, you just know just about every stitch and seam has been perfectly thought out. We’re stoked to attempt this pet out after temperatures last but not least fall enough to sit about a fire with a blanket, here out West.
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